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Griff 05-22-2018 06:03 PM

Podcasts
 
Whatcha listening to?

I'm doing...
American History Tellers
Science vs
Song Exploder
Myths and Legends
Downtime

I'm new what's good?

Clodfobble 05-22-2018 06:13 PM

Mr. Clod likes (and I endorse the small amounts I've heard when I'm in his truck):

Make Me Smarter
Guys We F*cked (a little NSFW, but in a sex-positive, pro-feminine way)
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

Sometimes Marc Maron's WTF Podcast is great, but only if I already like the guest and Maron's not being whiny that day.

Undertoad 05-22-2018 06:42 PM

Regularly/Usually:

Joe Rogan Experience* (except MMA-related)
This Past Weekend with Theo Von*
The Dana Gould Hour
Reply All
Revisionist History with Malcolm Gladwell
Waking Up with Sam Harris
The Jordan Peterson Podcast
Reasonable Doubt with Adam Carolla and Mark Geragos
Fitzdog Radio with Greg Fitzsimmons

When good guests are on:

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
Mohr Stories with Jay Mohr
Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Sometimes:

Linux Action News
Penn's Sunday School
The Rubin Report*
The Todd Glass Show
The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
The Glenn Show with Glenn Laury*
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
The DMZ with Bill Scher and Matt K. Lewis*
Miscellaneous Adventures from the World of Mike Carano



*via YouTube

Clodfobble 05-22-2018 11:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Undertoad
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

Oh yeah, I second this one, too!

Griff 05-23-2018 07:09 AM

Thanks guys!

Undertoad 05-23-2018 07:51 AM

Pete Holmes was on Todd Glass a few weeks ago and the whole show is just one wild improv after another. Both guys so totally silly and playful.

Gravdigr 05-23-2018 03:37 PM

IDK if it's a podcast per se, but I like Mike Rowe's The Way I Heard It.

Undertoad 05-23-2018 04:11 PM

That's a podcast right there

should be in my sometimes column

Pete Zicato 05-24-2018 01:32 PM

Wait wait don't tell me
Ask me another
RadioLab
Slate's Political Gabfest
No such thing as a fish
Planet Money
99% Invisible
The Moth
The Way I Heard It
2 Dope Queens

Flint 05-24-2018 02:27 PM

I need people to talk quietly so I can fall asleep. But then, not auto-play.

How do I do podcasts? I have an LG v30 running Android.

Undertoad 05-24-2018 05:46 PM

I use an app called Pocket Casts. It was just bought by NPR and This American Life:

https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/3/17...-american-life

The reason I use it is because it has both a desktop and mobile version - and when you are lucky, they sync. So if you get to minute 39 on the drive home, and start your home desktop up with the same cast, it will start at minute 39.

Griff 05-25-2018 07:39 AM

I'm using the same one. It seems to make sense.

I'm listening to a series on the space race on American Tellers. They got into the US falling behind by not wanting von Braun to lead because of his WWII baggage and some high level military industrial complex bribery. Turns out Ike wasn't reading tea leaves, it happened on his watch.

The History of Rome podcast is quite good, I guess I can go into his archives. Dude read the first chapter of his book The Storm before the Storm. We were always comparing the US and Rome back in college... humans behave as humans behave.

Gravdigr 05-26-2018 05:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flint (Post 1009017)
I need people to talk quietly so I can fall asleep. But then, not auto-play.

How do I do podcasts? I have an LG v30 running Android.

Ya put that fucker in a drawer and put the radio on a talk station* just barely loud enough to tell someone's talking, but, not quite understand them.

*Preferably something you couldn't give a shit about.

Clodfobble 05-26-2018 09:00 PM

Yabbut if you share your bed with another person, the radio isn't going to be a popular choice.

When I need to distract my brain enough to fall asleep, I listen to one of my favorite audiobooks through earbuds (one earbud, technically, because I'm lying on my side.) Audible doesn't have an auto-stop feature that I'm aware of, but yanking the earbud from the phone jack will do it, so at some point in the night I'll surface just long enough to reach over and disconnect it.

BigV 05-27-2018 02:33 AM

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Hi Clodfobble

My Audible app has a sleep timer function. Perhaps you can put this to good use.

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